REVIEW 'Angels Calling' From the first note of the title track, you know GTO's music is going to be different. Different from what rock is now. The music reminds me of 70s- early 80s rock and features superb vocals from the singer, Taylor. Inside the disk on the back of the insert GTO claims 'This album is the reflection of memories, the way hard rock music once was' and I'm so glad they didn't disappoint. The rocking electric guitars with Taylor's smooth, slick vocals makes for a great combination. It seems nobody makes music like this anymore and it's a shame. When they have to, GTO go's back to simpler times before all that 'I hate myself', 'my life sucks', 'let's be angry' era. No over exaggerating, and thank god no screaming and bitchy whining. So this may not be lyrical genius; one can only take so much complexity. The music is fun and I think with GTO it's more about the music and that's refreshing. This is one of those records I'd highly enjoy in the car or on a beach. It really reminds me of older rock ... The kind I loved as a kid. This brings it all back. **Also, the CD itself is quite cool. It looks exactly like a mini record with the black lines and everything. 'Actual album reveiw from RY-Music'